Aggregate Report Types Explained

Now it is easier than ever to create different types of reports to analyze the data of your questionnaire. You can create individual, group, or individual vs group reports with data from multiple sets of responses.


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Aggregate reports are an extra feature with an additional fee. Please contact sales@pointerpro.com




This guide will teach you:

  1. What is an Individual report 
  2. What is a Group report 
  3. What is an Individual VS group report
  4. Examples

1. What is an Individual report

An individual report is the one that is generated when one of your respondents completes your assessment. On the final screen with a click of a button, the respondent can download his personalized PDF, which displays data related only to his response.


You can find additional information on how to set this up in this step-by-step example. Also, you can try it live by taking the assessment below.


2. What is a Group report

A group report simplifies the complexity of your data by allowing you to combine information you collected from multiple responses of your assessment, into a single comprehensive report. This not only saves time but also provides a holistic view of trends and patterns across different respondents. 


You can create a group report for all your responses, or you can tailor your group report by applying filters, such as demographics, company, department, or specific assessment questions, to target particular subsets of respondents for a more detailed analysis.


Instead of analyzing individual responses separately, a group report streamlines the process, enabling you to focus on broader patterns.


You can find a step-by-step example to set this up here.

3. What is an Individual VS group report

Ever wondered how one person's answers compare to a group's? Our Individual vs Group report lets you do just that! This report type brings together the Individual and the group report types. This means that you can create a report to see at a glance how an individual's response stands against those of a specific group of your choice.


You can create specific filters to tailor your group by applying filters, such as demographics, company, department, or even specific assessment questions. 


Picture the Individual vs Group report as your detailed map. It zooms in, allowing you to explore individual views within the wider group context. By grasping both personal perspectives and group agreements, you gain valuable insights. These insights empower you to make smart decisions, promote teamwork, and steer your organization toward success.


You can find a step-by-step example to set this up here.

4. Examples

Here are some examples that can be achieved with the aggregated PDF reports.

Team and Organization Reports

Whether you're leading a team or overseeing an entire organization, our Aggregated PDF Reports allow you to gain deeper insights into collective performance. Compare individual results with the group's overall feedback to identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for growth.

360 Feedback Reports

For comprehensive self-assessment and feedback, the 360 Feedback Report is a must-have. With the ability to view individual and group assessments side by side, you'll gain a holistic view of your skills and areas that need development.

Benchmarking

In today's competitive landscape, benchmarking is essential. Our Aggregated PDF Reports enable you to benchmark your results against industry standards or peer performance, empowering you to set higher goals and achieve even greater success.

What's next?

  • Formulas is a great feature that allows you to calculate an average, custom score, average results, and any advanced calculations, using the data and items from your questionnaire. You can use the /*-+() characteristics to create formulas that use variables like answers or quiz scores to calculate an average, for example.  
  • The Formulas "using all responses" and Formula Filters features allow you to make calculations taking into account all responses collected and not just a single respondent's information. Enable this feature so that you can calculate averages, count responses, and more.

  • Add a value to a formula with question logic, to show outcomes based on formula results when a certain condition is met. This can be done on a specific answer to a question, on a custom score on a question block, or even on an intro field.

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